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Research outputs: UNEMPLOYMENT
2020 Rethinking growth-unemployment puzzles in the COVID-19 recession: contextualising SA's macroeconomic policy options
The total value of goods and services produced inside South Africas borders fell steeply in the last two quarters of 2019, resulting in a sh...Download this report
2020 Effects of innovation activities on employment growth in upper-middle-income countries with high unemployment rates
Although previous studies have tried to estimate the impact of innovation on employment growth at the firm level in developed economies, ver...
Despite the strong policy commitment within the TVET system to: (1) expand access for enrolment and (2) strengthen the sectors capacity to p...
Labour-force statistics indicate that the official unemployment rate in South Africa rose to 29% in the second quarter of 2019, the highest ...